Definitions for bigotˈbɪg ət
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a prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from his own
One who is obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own opinions and prejudices.
One who is strongly partial to one's own group, religion, race, or politics and is intolerant of those who differ.
a hypocrite; esp., a superstitious hypocrite
a person who regards his own faith and views in matters of religion as unquestionably right, and any belief or opinion opposed to or differing from them as unreasonable or wicked. In an extended sense, a person who is intolerant of opinions which conflict with his own, as in politics or morals; one obstinately and blindly devoted to his own church, party, belief, or opinion
The New Hacker's Dictionary
[common] A person who is religiously attached to a particular computer, language, operating system, editor, or other tool (see religious issues). Usually found with a specifier; thus, Cray bigot, ITS bigot, APL bigot, VMS bigot, Berkeley bigot. Real bigots can be distinguished from mere partisans or zealots by the fact that they refuse to learn alternatives even when the march of time and/or technology is threatening to obsolete the favored tool. It is truly said “You can tell a bigot, but you can't tell him much.” Compare weenie, Amiga Persecution Complex.
Translations for bigot
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- Fanatikerin, Fanatiker, FrGerman
- φανατικός, μισαλλόδοξοςGreek
- fanático, intoleranteSpanish
- intolérant, fanatique, sectaireFrench
- dalm-bheachdaicheScottish Gaelic
- 완고한 편견 자Korean
- фанатик, мракобесRussian
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